Last Updated: Sun 29 Mar
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We try to give all players at Sherfield Oaks the best opportunity to improve their game and play in comfort. Practice facilities include a 190 yard grass warm-up range with a practice bunker, a chipping and putting green and a net where you can unleash your driver. Range tokens are available from the pro shop, where you will also find trolleys for hire, including two electric trolleys, and a fleet of 15 buggies for hire.
Laid out in well-drained, leafy Hampshire countryside, our two courses offer a varied golfing challenge that sets a test for players of all abilities all year round. The Waterloo course is the shorter of the two but requires greater accuracy and shot shaping. The Wellington is more open and invites the big hitter to cut loose. Beware though! There are a handful of lakes and ponds positioned around the course, demanding some canny course management.
The 7th on the Wellington Course is a 501 yard par 5 that shapes around to the right. The ideal shot is a fade to stay clear of the overhanging trees and out of bounds down the right and avoid the fairway bunker on the left. Big hitters can go for the green in two but a lateral ditch and water short left of the green may persuade you to lay up. If so, stay as far right as possible to open up the green.
The 12th on the Wellington Course is a short par 4 that will raise hopes of a birdie that could lead you astray. At 281 yards, the green is driveable but the fairway is quite tight, with thick rough on the left and a ditch all down the right, which then turns to run across the fairway short of the green. Laying up may be the more sensible option, but make sure you don’t overcook your second to the green.
The 13th on the Waterloo Course is a 365 yard par 4 with a hedge and long rough along the left-hand side, a pond on the right that can catch a big drive and a ditch running across the fairway 30 yards short of the green. A well-judged, straight drive will leave you with a short hop to the green, avoiding the bunkers short left and right, and a genuine chance of a birdie.
“Great club been a member for 3 years. Club pros are excellent for both advice and lessons, clubhouse food very good value highly recommend. If you play golf, come and join us!” – RR
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